ICYMI: The week on Front Row

Lee Corso is one of college football’s most knowledgeable, opinionated and entertaining analysts on ESPN’s College GameDay.

He is famous for ending every weekly show with his mascot headgear prediction, choosing who he thinks will win GameDay‘s featured matchup by donning the headpiece of the school’s mascot.

Corso joined ESPN in 1987 and is the only original GameDay on-air personality (he was a contributor in 1987-88 and joined as an analyst in 1989). In the photo gallery above, see some of Corso’s picks from this season of college football.

ICYMI: Highlights from the past week on Front Row

• The Northwestern football team used images of Mike Greenberg, Michael Wilbon and Abraham Lincoln on one of their play cards. Greenberg and NU head coach Pat Fitzgerald shared their thoughts on the memorable sideline image.

•University of Kansas fans and supporters flocked to the Lied Center to see the premiere of There’s No Place Like Home, the latest film in the 30 for 30 series.

•The U.S. Men’s National Team beat Guatemala 3-1, insuring a spot in the final round of CONCACAF qualifying for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. We caught up with lead producer Chris Alexopoulos to discuss the production plans they had for the match.

• ESPN’s latest “All-Access” effort, All-Access: Kentucky premiered and brought UK coach John Calipari to the Bristol campus. The series offers an inside look at the lives of Calipari, his staff and the Wildcats as they prepare for the upcoming NCAA men’s basketball season.

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Our favorites from across ESPN over the past week

• Alex Rodriguez and the Yankees playoffs bow-out stirred Jonah Keri to write this for Grantland: “What Happened to the Yankees?”

SVP and Russillo’s “Best Available Video” features a failed cannonball attempt.

• From espnW: This lineman’s toughest job isn’t on the field, it’s at home raising his five girls.

• Enjoy an array of photos in this gallery from ESPN Images.

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